Music, Arts, Drinks, Eats: MADE Festival #5

Jul 1 2018

Stage West is proud to present its 5th annual M.A.D.E. open house, a community indoor festival event featuring Music, Arts&Crafts, Drinks, & Eats with local origins. Come celebrate our creative community!


Sunday, July 1, 2018 at Stage West Theatre 821-823 W. Vickery Blvd from 12-5pm.

4pm: Join us for our 2018-2019 Season Announcement! Be the first to find out what shows we will be producing during our 40th Season! 


Ed Frieheit (Buttons, Soaps, fractal art, etc), Diana Dupre (glasses, kitchenware), Kathy Cunning (paintings), Susan Ashley (woven baskets), Roger Kaiser (jewelry and paintings), Essie Graham (photography), Meat Paw Studios (t-shirt screen printing), Aaron Roe (paintings and collages), Danette's Urban Oasis (assorted gift baskets), Catherine Snow (woven art), Cynthia Brinson (pottery),  David Tripp (watercolor), Heather Rendon (woven tapestries), Jenny Tucker (paintings), Barbara Catrett (jewelry), Suzanne MacFadzean (handbags, scarves, wearables), Jay Gardner (pottery), Lorrie Cheney (stained glass), Melissa Kohout (horned frog art), Lynne Buchanan (paintings), Threads by Amor, Janet Grumbling, Shiny Penny, Plant-Artica, Janet Grumbling (jewelry), Denise Acebo (rustic soaps), Anthony Moreno (custom textured wood crafts) and Quiver and Bow Jewelry! 


Victor Andrada, Anthony Holmes and Alison Wheaton, Bailey Limmer, Shae Shaw (Party Poet!), Cameron Casey (face painter), Humans3, Virtual Reality Demos, and a Create-Your-Own-Prop station!

Food and Drink:

Locust Cider Company, Pegasus City Brewery, Collective Brewing Project, Stir Crazy Baked Goods, Three Danes Bakery, Gus's Fried Chicken, Alchemy Pops, Leaves Books and Tea Shop, The Stage West Lobby Cafe, Martin House Brewing, Panther City BBQ and MORE TO COME!


Pay What You Can! (But we kindly suggest $10 and require $5 minimum for credit transactions.) Admission includes plentiful samples of Near South neighborhood eats, local brews, area musicians, and a chance to explore Stage West’s 18,000 sq ft warehouse theatre space.

The event is a fundraiser for Stage West Theatre, a non-profit in its 39th season of producing live theatre and more for the North Texas community.

This event was made possible in part by an economic development grant to Stage West Theatre from the Texas Commission on the Arts.

Stop by and see us for some home grown fun in an air-conditioned environment ;)